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one who accepts an offer

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one who takes a bet or wager

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THE NOTE TAKER. Henry Higgins, author of Higgins's Universal Alphabet.
I cannot understand how a manager can send two players - Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford - on to a pitch with a mind-set of one having to stand down as penalty taker in the heat of the moment.
the taker, pay compensatory damages to the right holder.
The test taker's opinion can affect the results of their speaking and writing test
LAHORE -- Additional District and Sessions Judge court has summoned report from Shera Kot police on August 01 on a petition seeking registration of case against care taker Chief Minister (CM) of Punjab Professor Dr Hassan Askari.
He stated this after meeting with prime minister today to think over the names of the care taker prime minister.
* Non-white test takers are three times more likely to fail than their white test taker counterparts.
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James Milner, who has been our regular taker this season, was down to take the fifth but never got the chance to, leaving everyone wondering what might have been.
"It's worthwhile to figure out why this person operates like a Taker and how pervasive it is for them.
Solskaer had said after the 1-1 draw with Wolves that United have two designated penalty takers in Pogba and Rashford and that both men would step up over the course of the season.
Continuing with this journey, test takers in Pakistan will now be able to take IELTS on a computer, with the computer-delivered test due to be launched at test centres in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad from 24 February 2019.
Some 782 people sat for the exam July 24 and 25, the lowest since July 1981, when 741 people sat for the exam (62 percent of takers passed then).
After nearly five years, the aspirin takers were 14 percent more likely to have died than the placebo takers and 31 percent more likely to have died of cancer, though the risk was still low: 3.1 percent of the aspirin takers died of cancer, versus 2.3 percent of the placebo takers.